"Your generation will no longer live through the second pandemic," the head of the National Center for Disease Control told reporters at a briefing at the government administration.
According to Amiran Gamkrelidze, the epidemiological situation in Georgia is under control.
As he noted, according to today's data, 86 percent of those infected in the country have already recovered, and 119 are still in clinics.
"Don't be afraid. When we get through the coronavirus pandemic, I'm sure your generation will not have to witness a second pandemic.
The epidemiological situation in the country is fully controlled. As of today, we have a pretty good recovery rate.
Unfortunately, we have 15 deaths, which is 1.6 percent, which, of course, and is a low number compared to international global indicators," Gamkrelidze said.
Two new patients tested positive on coronavirus in Georgia, while three patients recovered.
According to stopcov.ge, 928 people have COVID-19 in the country, of which 794 already recovered.